|The Best of MTS with Techtel Mechtel - The Musical Transportation Spree|
The Best of MTS with Techtel Mechtel (Roger Skulback, Dave Mager) at KFAI for a live studio performance, with samplers, processors, effects boxes, a malfunctioning CD player, as hosts Jerry Modjeski & Chris Waterbury added loops and FX.
Keywords: Musical Transportation Spree; Techtel Mechtel; ScorchedEar; collage; Jerry Modjeski; Chris Waterbury
|The Best of MTS featuring Marc Myers and James Barnes - The Musical Transportation Spree|
The Best of MTS featuring Marc Myers and James Barnes, innovative musical transplants from Nebraska for live improvisations on KFAI, Minneapolis-St. Paul, and interviews by hosts Jerry Modjeski & Chris Waterbury.
Keywords: The Musical Transportation Spree; KFAI; Chris Waterbury; Jerry Modjeski; james barnes; marc myers; Nebraska; ScorchedEar
|Casey Woo Woo Promo - Jim Hall|
Casey "Woo Woo" Ledbetter, robot engineer of the Commuter Snake aboard Little City in Space "Sound Affects" :30 Promo.
Keywords: Little City in Space; scorchedear; Jim Hall; sound affects; KFAI; Sound Effects; Post Void
|Little City in Space Download Revue 7 - The Post-Void Radio Theater|
From March 29, 2003, Little City in Space Download Revue 7 survives miraculously. Stu's aircheck was full of static in Hour 2; luckily, Peter Stenshoel recorded the second hour as a live stream on minidisc so a near complete show can be presented. Chris Waterbury & Stu Mathews lovingly reveal secrets from the early days of KFAI. A hilarious dialog between Buster Nuggins and Jerry starts the first hour...
Keywords: LCS; scorchedear; Chuck Isle; Mark Masyga; The Post-Void Radio Theater; Little City in Space Download Revue; Chris Waterbury; Stu Mathews; Damon Mathews; Miriam Stonehill; Jerry Modjeski; Jeff Pike; Peter Stenshoel; fake ads; KFAI; scorchedear; Little City in Space
|The Best of MTS featuring Cal aka Revlac - The Musical Transportation Spree|
Studio guest Cal aka "REVLAC" a prominent home taper from the Twin Cities area who shares his original music and scratchy old records with KFAI hosts Chris Waterbury & Jerry Modjeski. Giant UFO over Lancaster, California on UFO Update, a show within a show on MTS. Ambient background by La Sonorite Jaune.
Keywords: Musical Transportation Spree; Cal; Revlac; Jerry Modjeski; Chris Waterbury; ScorchedEar; UFO Update; KFAI; home tapers; cassette culture; La Sonorite Jaune
|Another Flask of Weird - Show #4 1982-0821 Part1 - Jerry Modjeski & Chuck Isle|
Another Flask of Weird aired Saturday morning on KFAI, Minneapolis. The show title came from a King Crimson song. Besides music, Chuck & Jerry featured original humor & tape montages. August 21, 1982 Part 1: Ad for Thundering Meat DNA Restructuring Powder; Promo for a concert with The Ooge, a Ted Nugent spoof (Chuck).
Keywords: ScorchedEar; King Crimson; radio; fake ads; Chuck Isle; Jerry Modjeski; Ted Nugent; Another Flask of Weird; Minneapolis; KFAI
|Little City In Space 1988-1109 + 1988-0706 - The Post-Void Radio Theater & Brian Anderson|
Excerpts of broadcasts from satellite LCS-1 November 9, 1988 & July 6, 1988. Peter Stenshoel, Stu Mathews & Jerry Modjeski returned to KFAI mid-1988 with format from 1978-1985: most popular music in the universe, off-world sponsors & out-of-space events. New feature: fables from ZXQ Studios. Voices by Blanche Fubar & Mark Masyga.
Keywords: KFAI; ZXQ; Jerry Modjeski; Stu Mathews; Peter Stenshoel; radio; Little City In Space; ScorchedEar; Mark Masyga; Blanche Fubar; Brian Anderson
|Little City in Space 1979-0107 - Stu Mathews, Damon Mathews, Peter Stenshoel, Jeff Pike.|
The Post-Void Radio Theater's second earliest known Little City in Space recording, from reel-to-reel tape, dates to January 7th, 1979, a few weeks into the show's debut on KFAI, Minneapolis (Jeff's Corner makes a reference to Christmas Eve traffic, so it might be from a stray recording few weeks earlier). The mainstays of the show are already in place: surrealistic news, absurdist weather, bizarre joblines, Nick Hotplate's sports, Ms...
Keywords: KFAI; scorchedear; Little City in Space; LCS; Post-Void Radio Theater; Peter Stenshoel; Damon Mathews; Stuart Mathews; Jeff Pike
|Little City In Space 1988-0810 - The Post-Void Radio Theater|
Hosts Jerry Modjeski, Peter Stenshoel & Stu Mathews brew electric coffee in outer space, where the rumba toast is happily half baked. Still wired after a visit to the Energy Closet? Go to Grandma Johnson's Hospital, bring all your pals & neighbors, and ask for Mandatory Brain Mix. Tell Grandma Johnson that you were told where to go by Paul Bunny...OK?
Keywords: KFAI; radio; Little City In Space; ScorchedEar; The Post Void Radio Theater; Jerry Modjeski; Peter Stenshoel; Stu Mathews
|Little City in Space 1979-0121 - Damon Mathews, Stuart Mathews, Peter Stenshoel|
KFAI Minneapolis' new show, Little City in Space by the Post-Void Radio Theater, was beginning to gel. Music & news from Earth's first orbiting community. The six hours are represented from 80 minutes of this January 21st, 1979 show fairly well. Salvaged from curious reel-to-reel recording.
Keywords: LCS; scorchedear; Little City in Space; Post-Void Radio Theater; KFAI; Damon Mathews; Stuart Mathews; Peter Stenshoel
|Another Flask of Weird Sept 25, 1982 - Chuck Isle; Jerry Modjeski; Mark Masyga|
Aircheck KFAI Mpls with Sinatra LP liner notes, morning mambo, whistling songs medley & movie spoof, "The Mummy's Hand-Stand." Ads: Idiot Raven Second Hand Store; Prof. Kingsfield Pinball Machine. Featuring the talents of Mark Masyga; Records by Marty Robbins (b. 9/26), an AFOW favorite, died 12/8/82 of complications following heart surgery.
Keywords: ScorchedEar; Another Flask of Weird; Chuck Isle; Jerry Modjeski; Mark Masyga; KFAI; satire; fake ads; Frank Sinatra; Marty Robbins
|Another Flask of Weird 1982-0821 Hour 2 - Jerry Modjeski, Chuck Isle|
Chuck & Jerry make observations from 10-9-82 aircheck fragments; out-take of Thundering Meat Ad; unfinished Comedy Clinic #3. 8-21-82: Neil Diamond liner notes; The Easy Chair featuring Pat Boone & Frank Zappa; Glenn Miller Orchestra Returns! First ad for Chez Bob's Detail Recount Store (Jerry's version); The Comedy Clinic #2. KFAI Minneapolis.
Keywords: Another Flask Of Weird; KFAI; scorchedear; Jerry Modjeski; Chuck Isle; comedy; KFAI; Frank Zappa; Glenn Miller; Neil Diamond; fake ads
|The East Side Robots Destroy All Christmas - The East Side Robots|
Recorded live at Winona, Minnesota's legendary Green Lantern Cabaret, featuring sound collage artists The East Side Robots (AKA Dr. Bob & Baby Face Eli) used vinyl LPs as disembodied electronic voices intone cryptic slogans while rendering the likes of The Chipmunks and Eartha Kitt into a mash of white Christmas noise. Live recording and post-production by Jerry Modjeski with Chris Waterbury.
Keywords: Christmas; mashup; Robert Armstrong; Jerry Modjeski; Chris Waterbury; collage; The East Side Robots; Winona; Minnesota; ScorchedEar; Green Lantern Cabaret; Dr. Bob; Baby Face Eli; Eartha Kitt; The Chipmunks
|Another Flask of Weird Sept 11, 1982 - Chuck Isle;Jerry Modjeski;Mark Masyga|
KFAI Minneapolis wake-up music blend with Caravan, The Shadows, Johnny Bond, Nico & Velvet Underground, Throbbing Gristle, Joanne Brackeen. Original twisted take-offs: Bozo the Clown (Stereo mix); Papst Beer commercial; Wally Indemire for Councilman at Large; Chet Chester & Jinkies encounter Mickey, the Dog Shaver. Featuring the talents of Mark Masyga.
Keywords: Jerry Modjeski; Chuck Isle; Mark Masyga; Another Flask of Weird; KFAI; ScorchedEar; comedy; satire; fake ads; The Shadows; Caravan; Throbbing Gristle; Joanne Brackeen; Velvet Underground
|Another Flask Of Weird November 13, 1982 - Jerry Modjeski, Chuck Isle|
KFAI FM radio roulette of cryptic slogans for sponsors Nimba Tang's Fish & Slang; The Clever Rodent Cafe; Les Baxter LP liner notes. Music: Chuck's "All Wet" set; Twin Cities new wave band The Eyes, and phone interview of then-member Brian Anderson, future host of ZXQ Universe (1990-93) with Chuck; this, their first encounter. Also featuring Mark Masyga (on tape), Brian & Chuck's ZXQ partner.
Keywords: The Eyes; Mark Masyga; Scorchedear; KFAI; Chuck Isle; Another Flask of Weird; Brian Anderson; Les Baxter; new wave; Minneapolis; Jerry Modjeski; fake ads; ZXQ Universe
|Wake Up Weird #1 - Chuck Isle, Jerry Modjeski, Mark Masyga|
Another Flask of Weird anthology of TV Guise previews, commercials & cacophony from Wake Up South Side's zany Saturday morning edition. Brought on by sponsors such as Capt. Ben's Fest-O-Can Beans; The Clever Rodent Cafe; A Brother's Crutch; Floyd's On the River; Hat Blocking Grist; Uberman #2; The Sensuous Tomato; Dubb's Particle Board Restaurant; Glandma's Cookies; Maidenhoist Bra; Driving Guitars; Jorga on My Mind; Cumbersome Soup; Dammitall; Elderly Denture-oni; Chez Bob's Presidents Day Sale...
Keywords: Chuck Isle; Jerry Modjeski; Wake Up Weird; Another Flask of Weird; Scorchedear; KFAI; fake ads; Mark Masyga; Andy Schultz; TV Guise; Johnny Fields; Brian Anderson
|Little City in Space 1979-0128 - Jeff Pike, Stu Mathews, Damon Mathews, Peter Stenshoel|
Along with News, Sports, Joblines (with Damon and Peter), Ms. Hallow (whom Stu calls "Ms. Hollow" in his outro), and Nick Hotplate with the Sports, this darn early show features many ads: The Chocolate Sprout, Supper Soft Meat and Vegetable Flavored Bubblegum, The Nice Blue Person Restaurant, Honest-to-Gosh Used Cars (where they "re-write the Golden Rule daily") and Fred's Friendly Foods of Edina. The Post-Void Radio Theater: Jeff Pike, Stu Mathews, Damon Mathews, Peter Stenshoel...
Keywords: Little City in Space; Post-Void Radio Theater; scorchedear; KFAI; Damon Mathews; Stuart Mathews; Peter Stenshoel; Jeff Pike; improv; humor; radio theater
|Little City in Space 1990-0418 - Peter Stenshoel, Jerry Modjeski, Stu Mathews|
A brilliant 3-man comedy of manners, but what manner of men are these? Mamba Pants, Hawaiian Stick Shirts, and Bermuda Triangle Shorts conspire to keep you in stitches as Jerry, Stu, and Peter reconnoiter with your brain, using humor, Hank Snow, Sun Ra, Rev. Ivan Stang, Albert Einstein, Fats Domino, and assorted kiddie records as a tom tom clubbing you into Sub(genius)mission. From April 18, 1990 broadcast on KFAI, Mpls-St.Paul.
Keywords: Little City in Space; Peter Stenshoel; Ivan Stang; Jerry Modjeski; Stu Mathews; Sun Ra; Post-Void Radio Theater; scorchedear; KFAI; spoken word; radio theater; improv
|The Platter Party Part Three - Jerry Modjeski|
Third and concluding part of records about records. Dialog between two record collectors making a deal from TV's Alfred Hitchcock Presents; Eugene Chadbourne wails the sad saga behind "Used Record Pile" backed up with The Eddie Chatterbox Double Trio; and a reprise of "The Power of a 45" by Big Sandy and the Fly-Rite Boys to the fade-out for The Platter Party. This portion was not part of the original broadcast...
Keywords: ScorchedEar; records; disc jockeys; hi-fi; stereo; Alfred Hitchcock; Eugene Chadbourne; Big Sandy; jerry modjeski; The Musical Transportation Spree; The Platter Party
|Mechanical Spider Clinic, Volume 1 - Jerry Modjeski|
Magazine-style show of skits with characters as bizarre as its moniker. Trick or treaters encounter Lazlo Morbid, "who could be lurking next door to you"; Exploits of "Touch" Skogmo, Pre-K Van Driver; Bomb Theater spoofs 1950s movie sci-fi in "Hot Rods From Outer Space"; ads for The Drooling Angst Pit; Liquid Executioner; Saint Watermain Place; Howie "Slug-It-Again" Bones Wonder-Bod; Dubb's More Gas Board & Restaurant; Chez Bob's Detail Recount Stores; Capt.Wink's Circular Potato Chains...
Keywords: Jerry Modjeski; Andy Schultz; Kay Kirscht; KFAI; ScorchedEar; Bat Lenny; Chuck Isle; Mark Masyga; satire; The Mechanical Spider Clinic; Marc Myers; TV Guise; fake ads; Lazlo Morbid
|Little City In Space 1988-0824 - The Post-Void Radio Theater|
Little City In Space radio show broadcast on KFAI (Mpls-St. Paul) August 24, 1988 featuring the talents of The Post Void Radio Theater: Peter Stenshoel, Stu Mathews, Jerry Modjeski. News, sports, joblines, Paul Bunny & sound collages. Sponsors include The Digital Cogitator & The Marketplace of Ideas. Guest voice Mark Masyga.
Keywords: radio; The Post Void Radio Theater; Little City In Space; ScorchedEar; Peter Stenshoel; Stu Mathews; Jerry Modjeski; fake ads; KFAI; Mark Masyga; sound collage
|Little City In Space 1989-0201 - The Post-Void Radio Theater|
February 1st, 1989: Peter, Stu & Jerry introduce listeners to quirky inhabitants Miss Cynthia the Witch & the Space Blots. Music selected by the Bob-2000 computer for The Universal Top Ten: "Mokele Mbembe Special" by The BCR Band. Ads for Illumo-Namby Dust Bunny Cages; Horse of Ether; L'il Otto Ottoman; and Ivory Joe Hunter Soapstone. Also featuring the talents of Mark Masyga. Broadcast KFAI (Mpls-St.Paul)
Keywords: radio; Post Void Radio Theater; Jerry Modjeski; BCR Band; BCR Revue; Stu mathews; Peter Stenshoel; Little City In Space; ScorchedEar; Rev. Dwight Frizzell; Mark masyga; fake ads
|Paul Zaiser's Space Brat - The Post Void Radio Theater|
Little City in Space Special on KFAI Minneapolis edited & hosted by Paul Zaiser, with ads for Plate Tectonics; Uncle Beano's Pants on Fire. Featuring the voices of Peter Stenshoel, Miriam Stonehill, Rob Ordahl, Damon Mathews.
Keywords: The Post Void Radio Theater; Scorchedear; Paul Zaiser; Peter Stenshoel; Damon Mathews; Miriam Stonehill; Rob Ordahl; fake ads; KFAI; LCS; Little City in Space
|Little City in Space 1979-0401 - Damon and Stu Mathews, Rich Kraft, Peter Stenshoel, Rob Ordahl|
This rare early broadcast of Little City in Space is from April 1st, 1979, taken from 1-7/8 i.p.s. reel to reel tape. Barry the Cat (Rich Kraft) joins Damon and Stu (Jeff and Pete were elsewhere that night). The News from Nowhere is first, since it survived with the best quality. Followed by the original prototype ad for Queen's Food Hoist by Damon, and a vast expanse of "Old," American music from the 30s, 40s and 50s, which was typically played the last two hours of the 6 hour show...
Keywords: Little City in Space; KFAI; LCS; scorchedear; Post-Void Radio Theater; Rich Kraft; Peter Stenshoel; Damon mathews; Rob Ordahl; Stuart Mathews; Jeff Pike
|Frothing At The Beaker 12 17 1983 - Jerry Modjeski, Chuck Isle, Marc Myers|
Radio smorgasbord of fun, Frothing at the Beaker, features fake commercials for Halcyon Days Chewing Tobacco, The 500 Palms Bar, Aquatic Fish Close-Up Toothpaste, Bullmoose Interchange, The Oh-You-Supreme Being Candy Gift Box (& Tax Shelter). Jerry, Chuck & Marc welcome Mark Masyga for movie & TV previews. Recordings by Neu, Craig Swanson, Heldon, Capt. Beefheart, The Police, Robert Fripp, Hank Williams...
Keywords: Frothing at the Beaker; scorchedear; Chuck Isle; Marc Myers; Mark Masyga; fake ads; Robert Fripp; Capt. Beefheart; The Police; Neu; Hank Williams; Craig Swanson; Heldon; Jerry Modjeski; KFAI
|Golden Cage of Radio Volume 1 - The Post-Void Radio Theater|
Excerpts from the LITTLE CITY IN SPACE, broadcast from Earth's largest orbiting space community, with current events and commentary from the Post Void News Team in Briefs, Paul Bunny & Eve Hallow. Interview with Burd DeComps, Interspacial Adjuster; Sponsors include Little Moosie; Dammitall; Dopey's; Meat Heap; City States Power; and Martian Marriage Cigarettes. Featuring the talents of Damon & Stu Mathews; Jeff Pike; Peter Stenshoel; Johnny Olson; Jerry Modjeski; David Stenshoel...
Keywords: Post-Void Radio Theater; Little City in Space; ScorchedEar; Golden Cage of Radio; KFAI; Damon Mathews; Stu mathews; Jeff Pike; Peter Stenshoel; Jerry Modjeski; David Stenshoel; Johnny Olson
|Little City In Space Farther Out 1989-1122 - Stuart Mathews, Jerry Modjeski|
The Farther Out portion aired on KFAI (Minneapolis-St. Paul) after the syndicated series of Little City in Space. LCS' two hour time slot allowed this second hour a chance for different approaches to programming. Aircheck from November 11, 1989, features hosts Stu and Jerry playing quirky and/or fun music, followed by an oddly brilliant sound collage.
Keywords: Little City in Space; sound collage; Post-Void Radio Theater; Jerry Modjeski; Stu Mathews; scorchedear; KFAI; Little City in Space Farther Out; Brian Anderson
|Another Flask of Weird August 28, 1982 - Chuck Isle & Jerry Modjeski|
Excerpts Sat. 6-9 a.m. KFAI Mpls. Eclectic music mix: Philip Glass, National Health, League of Gentlemen, The Herd (featuring Peter Frampton), Sun Ra, The Monkees. Cut-up audio, fake commercials: Magic Gesticulations Shampoo; coming attractions for the movie "Conan, the Hanna-Barberian."
Keywords: ScorchedEar; radio; KFAI; Chuck Isle; Jerry Modjeski; Sun Ra; Another Flask of Weird; Minneapolis; The Monkees; fake ads; Philip Glass; National Health; League of Gentlemen; Peter Frampton; Conan
|The Best of Now That's Interesting: The Rudy Schwartz Project; Dick Dammit; Fibulator - The Musical Transportation Spree|
A show within a show on The Musical Transportation Spree featuring home tapers from around the world. From the early days of the cassette culture. Spotlight on The Rudy Schwartz Project with documentary and interview; guest Dick Dammit (MIDI Mischief); and Fibulator, from the Bay area. Hosts Chris Waterbury and Jerry Modjeski.
Keywords: home taping; cassette; ScorchedEar; The Rudy Schwartz Project; Dick Dammit; Fibulator; KFAI; Now That's Interesting; The Musical Transportation Spree; Jerry Modjeski; Chris Waterbury; MIDI; cassette culture
|Another Flask of Weird - Show #43 part 1 - 1983-0521 - Jerry Modjeski & Chuck Isle|
May 21, 1983 (Part 1 of 2) Minneapolis' KFAI Wake Up Southside, Saturday 6-9 a.m. typical weird playlist: Zappa's "Return of the Son of Monster Magnet"; "I'm Sorry I'm Such a Weenie" by Jill Kroesen; Home & Garden (Pere Ubu side project); synth soundscapes by Brian Eno, Jerry Lejman; TV Previews; pick up ads for Instant Greg's Warm-Up Kits; The Annual Flat River Bottom Jam.
Keywords: radio; ScorchedEar; Another Flask of Weird; Chuck Isle; Jerry Modjeski; Frank Zappa; Pere Ubu; Jill Kroesen; Brian Eno; Jerry Lejman; fake ads; TV previews
|UFO Update IV: Crop Circles; Bigfoot - Jerry Modjeski|
Nancy Talbott studies electromagnetic after-effects in crop formations; In Wisconsin, Chad Lewis reports of a witness watching circles being formed; Linda Moulten Howe examines light phenomena & intentions; Pennsylvania investigator Stan Gordon recounts cases of bigfoot & UFOs; Chad provides Native Americans' perspectives of negative bigfoot encounters; lifelong experiencer Carl Meiers describes seeing two sasquatch near Iron Mountain, Michigan in 1955...
Keywords: Scorchedear; Stan Gordon; Nancy Talbott; Chad Lewis; Carl Meiers; Linda Moulten Howe; sasquatch; Crop Circles; UFO; Bigfoot; UFO Update; Jerry Modjeski; Musical Transportation Spree; KFAI; paranormal
|Little City in Space SPDF Demo - Damon Mathews, Stuart Mathews, Peter Stenshoel, Jeff Pike|
An early compilation by The Post-Void Radio Theater's Little City in Space. Cameo by Paul Bunny. Sponsors include Little Moosie; U.F. No! Saucer Repellant.
Keywords: Little City in Space; Post-Void Radio Theater; KFAI; ScorchedEar; Peter Stenshoel; Stuart Mathews; Damon Mathews; Jeff Pike; fake ads; sound collage; UFOs; abductions
|Little City in Space 1978-1231 - Damon and Stu Mathews, Jeff Pike, Peter Stenshoel|
The earliest known surviving recording of Little City in Space, a few weeks into its run, starring the original four, Damon and Stu Mathews, Jeff Pike, and Peter Stenshoel. Since it was the wee hours of New Year's Eve, 1978, the theme celebrated (with notable exceptions) was "Old," music from the 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s. Perhaps the first ever "This Week's Today's Fashion Tip" appears, though Eve Hallow does not identify herself...
Keywords: Little City in Space; KFAI; LCS; scorchedear; Post-Void Radio Theater; Peter Stenshoel; Stuart Mathews; Jeff Pike; Damon Mathews; Joel Pike
|Little City In Space 1989-0118 - The Post-Void Radio Theater|
January 18, 1989: Hosts Peter Stenshoel, Stu Mathews & Jerry Modjeski present news, events and music aboard Earth's first orbiting city to spread word of the free-booting community of humans with extraterrestrials such as Infrinzik Nelfab, composer of one of the most popular songs in the universe "The Haunting Eyes of Sheldon." Broadcast KFAI (Mpls-St. Paul).
Keywords: The Rudy Schwartz Project; KFAI; Peter Stenshoel; Stu Mathews; Jerry Modjeski; Heather Perkins; radio; Little City In Space; ScorchedEar; satire; The Post-Void Radio Theater
|Another Flask Of Weird November 20, 1982 - Chuck Isle and Andy Schultz|
Andy & Chuck helm caffeinated Saturday a.m. FM radio: Flatt & Scruggs; Don Ellis' "Scratt & Fluggs"; McDonald & Giles; Rutland Times. Sponsors: Throbbing Red Oatmeal; Griff's Pylons; Contretemps Temporaries. Original multi-track music by Andy Schultz; David Stenshoel (Infinity Art Unit). Good n' Country followed AFOW on KFAI (Minneapolis) host Johnny Fields cameos, he composed & played his theme "Hoppin' the Steel."
Keywords: Another Flask of Weird; Scorchedear; McDonald & Giles; David Stenshoel; Infinity Art Unit; fake ads; experimental; Johnny Fields; Don Ellis; Flatt & Scruggs; Jerry Modjeski; Chuck Isle; Andy Schultz; KFAI
|Flying Saucer Songs Part 2 - Jerry Modjeski; Babs Economon|
Part 2 of 2, More UFO & Flying Saucer records: "UFO" by Nina Hagen, The Pixies' "Motorway to Roswell" to "UFO Over Paris," Japanese & Spanish songs. DJ Jerry Modjeski (www.scorchedear.com) Bonus excerpts of Friday Night Poker Party in Outer Space with hosts Babs & Danger Man.
Keywords: UFOs; Flying Saucers; Flying saucer songs; The Pixies; Nina Hagen; Jerry Modjeski; ScorchedEar; Friday Night Poker Party; Babs Economon; Danger Man; KFAI; UFO Update; The Musical Transportation Spree
|Flying Saucer Songs Part 1 - Jerry Modjeski|
Jerry plays records about UFOs and Flying Saucers with co-host Webcor, alien from Planet X. Music from the 1940s to present, from "We're Going UFOing" by Jimmy Durante to Brave Combo's "Flying Saucer Polka," "Take Me to Your Leader Cha-Cha" by Sam Space and the Cadets, with The Ran-Dells' "Martian Hop" and many more! Broadcast on KFAI, 7-7-01; part one of two. www.scorchedear.com
Keywords: UFOs; Flying Saucers; Flying Saucer songs; The Musical Transportation Spree; Jerry Modjeski; ScorchedEar; UFO Update; KFAI; Jimmy Durante; Brave Combo; The Ran-Dells; Buchanan and Goodman
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|Little City In Space 1988-1026 - The Post-Void Radio Theater|
October 26, 1988 50th anniversary tribute to Orson Welles Halloween broadcast of Martian invasion features a re-enactment of an actual Post Void experience, when a voice calling himself Master Control hijacked the LCS signal on KFAI, Minneapolis. Master Control was sampled, looped & processed for this reprise. Investigating after-sound effects on hosts Peter, Jerry & Stu is Sergeant Stratofender. Sponsors are Hokey Smokies; and Cryptic Center.
Keywords: Post Void Radio Theater; Stu Mathews; Peter Stenshoel; Jerry Modjeski; Orson Welles; Halloween; radio; Little City In Space; ScorchedEar; sound collage; fake ads; KFAI
|Another Flask of Weird Sept 18, 1982 - Chuck Isle & Jerry Modjeski|
KFAI Mpls aircheck: Zappa-Beefheart radio rarities Frank DJs; Sponsors: Beet Rotundo Brand Banana-Shaped Soap Substitute; Chez Bob's Detail Recount Store. Mockumentary: The Chow Ming Lee Schwartz Communist Chinese Polka Band (extended version) with movie preview "Godzilla Vs. The USPS." Also featuring the talents of Mark Masyga.
Keywords: Another Flask of Weird; ScorchedEar; Frank Zappa; Captain Beefheart; Jerry Modjeski; Chuck Isle; Mark Masyga; fake ads; satire; polka; Mothers of Invention; Godzilla
|One Bubble Off Plumb Two - Jerry Allen (Modjeski)|
Original comedy by Jerry Allen spoofs radio station KRAP from a fictional town, Wavonah; Mockumentary on Chow Ming Lee Schwartz & his Communist Red China Polka Band; Frank Sinatra sings "I've Got Skin Under My Playtex"; You Asked For It; home inspection by a so-called "energy efficiency expert"; letters to One Bubble Off Plumb. Fake ads: Ape Guts Cereal; Uncle Rick's Barbecued Duck Necks; Ned's Knick Knack Knook; Richard Burton commercial for Butchinsky's Cattle & Hog Feed...
Keywords: One Bubble Off Plumb; comedy; satire; Jerry Modjeski; KFAI; ScorchedEar; Dave Romm; Mark Masyga; fake ads; radio; polka; Frank Sinatra; Richard Burton
|AnotherFlaskofWeird_10-15-1983_Part_2 - Chuck Isle, Jerry Modjeski, ZBS Productions|
Part 2 of 3: Another Flask of Weird aircheck from KFAI, Minneapolis' Wake Up South Side's Saturday morning edition. Chuck music set with Joe's Garage (Frank Zappa) Play That Fast Thing (Nick Lowe) Showbiz Kid (Steely Dan); A Visit to Newport Hospital (Egg) Behind the Footlights (Hank Locklin) Lament (King Crimson). Special feature: episodes of Ruby, a Galactic Gumshoe from ZBS Productions.
Keywords: Another Flask of Weird; scorchedear; Egg; King Crimson; KFAI; Chuck Isle; Jerry Modjeski; Frank Zappa; Nick Lowe; Hank Locklin; Ruby; ZBS; Jerry Modjeski; Chuck Isle; KFAI
|Best of UFO Update Volume One - Jerry Modjeski|
The Cash-Landrum Incident in 1980 involved a deadly close encounter with a huge UFO in Texas. Researcher John Schuessler details the documented witness physical effects and the official cover-up, interviewed by Jerry Modjeski on the year 2000 anniversary. Actor Charles Brin ("Grumpy Old Men," "A Serious Man" & "The Naked Man") reads Charles Fort; Two chapter radio serial The Adventures of Captain Ruppelt, who brought the initials "U.F.O." to national attention in the 1950s...
Keywords: Cash-Landrum; Charles Fort; Ruppelt; UFO; UFO Update; ScorchedEar; John Schuessler; Charles Brin; Stuart Mathews; KFAI; Jerry Modjeski; The Musical Transportation Spree; La Sonorite Jaune
|Little City In Space 1988-1116 - The Post-Void Radio Theater|
November 16, 1988: More weekly emissions of LCS-1 orbiting community of humans & aliens. The ship stays aloft with word play; public service announcements, news, sports; opinionist Paul Bunny targets anything he feels like from his extraterrestrial perspective. Ads: Squirting Swami Anti-Gravi Tea; Starplate of LaVonne; Slime-Rife Books. Featuring the talents of Mark Masyga, Jerry Modjeski, Peter Stenshoel, Stu Mathews & The Rudy Schwartz Project...
Keywords: fake ads; Jerry Modjeski; Peter Stenshoel; Stu Mathews; radio; Little City In Space; Heather Perkins; The Rudy Schwartz Project; ScorchedEar; The Post-Void Radio Theater; KFAI
|AnotherFlaskofWeird-Show#35- March 26, 1983 - Jerry Modjeski & Chuck Isle|
Ho-dad bop (Air), ethereal honky-tonk (Pee Wee King) & progressive bunny hop (Aksak Maboul), TV-Radio Previews, ad for sex toy show at the Minneapolis Bawdy-torium. Also Dream Syndicate, Little Feat, Frank Zappa, Iggy Pop, Dave Dudley. AFOW aired on KFAI before Johnny (Good n' Country) Fields' show, he makes a cameo appearance.
Keywords: ScorchedEar; Chuck Isle; Jerry Modjeski; Johnny Fields; radio; Another Flask of Weird; fake ads; KFAI; TV previews; Air; Pee Wee King; Little Feat; Dream Syndicate; Frank Zappa; Dave Dudley; Aksak Maboul; Iggy Pop
|Random Access 01 14 1984 - Jerry Modjeski & Marc Myers|
Randomly access this old radio show from KFAI Minneapolis-St. Paul. Marc & Jerry's collages, home tape loops (Taping Your Brains Out Out-Takes), Craig Swanson (Alien Man), The Downliners Sect (Glendora). Sponsored by The Batter-Operated Fish Boss.
Keywords: Random Access; scorchedear; Marc Myers; Craig Swanson; cassette; home tapers; Taping Your Brains Out; fake ads; The Downliners Sect; sound collage; experimental; Frothing at the Beaker; Jerry Modjeski; KFAI
|Another Flask Of Weird 10 15 1983 Part 1 - Chuck Isle, Jerry Modjeski|
Part 1 of 3. Chuck & Jerry's Wake Up South Side sponsored by Mepps Liquor Pit, preceded by utility noises created for AFOW. Records include The Guckenheimer Sauerkraut Band; Anthony Braxton; Spike Jones; Henry Kaiser & Fred Frith; Good God; Frank Zappa; Dr. John; Shockabilly. Also featuring the talents of Jim Masyga.
Keywords: Another Flask of Weird; scorchedear; Jerry Modjeski; Chuck Isle; Anthony Braxton; Spike Jones; Fred Frith; Henry Kaiser; fake ads; KFAI; collage; sound collage; experimental; Frank Zappa; Dr. John; Shockabilly; Good God; Jerry Modjeski; Chuck Isle; KFAI
|Radio Plays by Jerry Modjeski - Jerry Modjeski|
DICK FUTURE & HIS DANCING STOOL: A talking grub worm who sounds like JFK has presidential ambitions. Featuring the talents of Charles Brin, Leigh Bowser, Andy Schultz, Chris Waterbury, Greg Mathieson, Bernard Olson, Miriam Stonehill, Peter Stenshoel, Kay Kirscht, Chris Smith, Mark Masyga, Chuck Isle, original music by Bat Lenny. Broadcast on "Electric Coffee," November 5, 1984, KFAI Minneapolis St.Paul...
Keywords: Dick Future; radio play; Grand Rapids Radio Players; Jerry Modjeski; Charles Brin; Bat Lenny; Gene Traas; Michael Packer; The Blank; ScorchedEar; Leigh Bowser; Electric Coffee; Andy Schultz; Kay Kirscht; Peter Stenshoel; Mark Masyga; Chuck Isle; Chris Smith
|One Bubble Off Plumb One - Jerry Allen (Modjeski)|
Original comedy produced by Jerry Allen KFAI 1981-1982 presented fantasy serials Ronnie (Reagan) in Commie Land; Chet Chester, strange old man and his invisible dog; bus boy Roy L. Smeck. Co-producer Mark Masyga & Jerry bring to life other unlikely stars of shows like Dave Mumplips, night watchman; Armand Hugg, fork-lift operator & rare coin collector. Fake ads for Crudweiser Beer; Pepsee; The Shaky Regime Detector; Papst Beer...
Keywords: Jerry Modjeski; KFAI; ScorchedEar; comedy; Mark Masyga; David Romm; One Bubble Off Plumb; Bill Bader; fake ads; Ronald Reagan; beer; TV; Jimmy Stewart; David Stockman; The Lose Your Lunch Band; Frank Hudson; Dave Moore; Elsa Popping
|Mechanical Spider Clinic, Volume 2 - Jerry Modjeski|
Mysterious black & white MSC posters promoted the program's "dark humor": Mr. Rogers' Rear Window paints a paranoid, not-so brave new world; Ken Dresher's Room For Rent comically describes a twisted one. Typical Clinic compartments: bogus buyer-beware advice; Life with Lazlo Morbid, anti-social cretin; "Touch" Skogmo, working stiff's low wage saint & co-worker Tim, wisecracking sinner gone to wooden extremity; TV Guise gives pause buttons to couch potatoes...
Keywords: The Mechanical Spider Clinic; Jerry Modjeski; Andy Schultz; Diana Swan; Leigh Bowser; KFAI; Bat Lenny; ScorchedEar; Ken Dresher; Brian Anderson; satire; comedy; The Green Hornet; Bob Rynkiewicz; Mark Masyga; Chuck Isle; Rob Shapiro; fake ads; TV Guise; Mr. Rogers
|Another Flask of Weird - Show #43 part 2 - 1983-0521 - Chuck Isle|
May 21, 1983(pt 2 of 2). Sponsored by Spotted Enclosures. Host Chuck Isle welcomes local new wave rock band SUBJECT TO CHANGE in the KFAI, Minneapolis studios. Interviews & rare audio. Also records by The Velvet Underground, Robert Fripp, The Leaves, The Mothers of Invention.
Keywords: radio; ScorchedEar; Chuck Isle; Jerry Lejman; Velvet Underground; Mothers of Invention; Robert Fripp; The Leaves; Jerry Modjeski; Another Flask of Weird; Subject to Change; Minneapolis; new wave; KFAI; fake ads; TV previews